o Full name
o Correct and active email address
o Affiliation (department, university, city, and country). The affiliation
should be of the place where the research was conducted.
The corresponding author additionally should provide complete address with
postal code and phone number.
Abstract: Authors should provide the abstract in a paragraph
between 150 to 200 words. The abstract should not be the summary but present
the purpose, research methods (sampling technique, data collection and analysis
method), findings, implications and conclusion.
Keywords: Authors should provide appropriate and short
4 to 6 keywords which best reflect the manuscript/work.
Headings: Headings should be clear, concise and in a hierarchical
form (e.g. Introduction, Research Methods and Conclusion should be first-level
headings). The sub-headings under the first-level headings should be accordingly
second and third-level headings.
Table and Figure: All the tables and figures should be
given after their mention in the manuscript with appropriate caption. The
caption of table should be given on top of the table; while the caption of
the figure should be given below the figure. All tables and figures in the
manuscript should be mentioned as Table 1, Table 2, Table 3…., Figure
1, Figure 2, Figure 3….. Any table or figure used in the manuscript
not created/devised by the authors should be acknowledged appropriately.
References: Contributions from other publications should
be acknowledged in the text and given the complete reference in the end of
the article under the reference section. All the references should be given
following the Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), 6th
Ed. Authors are advised to provide accurate and complete references.
Review Process: Manuscripts submitted to the Taleemat are
reviewed through blind peer-review process. Upon submission, the manuscripts
are firstly reviewed by the editors. If it has the potential under the scope
of the journal then it is further sent to the relevant subject experts. Upon
the reviewers’ comments authors will be informed about the report.
Publication Ethics Guidelines
Authors are advised to observe the following ethical guidelines.
1. Authors submitting manuscripts to the Taleemat should furnish a statement
that the data used in the manuscripts is not fake.
2. Authors should ensure that copying tables, figures, charts or graphs from
other sources are properly acknowledged coherently in the in-text and reference
sections. Additionally, the text taken as quotation/s from other sources must
be given in double quotations (“”) with true page number.
3. Authors should ensure that the manuscripts submitted to the Taleemat have
neither been published earlier nor are under consideration in the current
and quite similar form in any other journal.
4. Authors are instructed not to use any kind of abusive, insulting or illegal
language in any place of the manuscripts or in the process of correspondence.
5. The manuscripts submitted to the Taleemat will be reviewed under the blind
peer review process. Upon the submission, the manuscript is sent to the expert
reviewers who submit their review reports in a specific time period. Thus,
authors are informed accordingly to revise, recheck and resubmit their manuscripts
to complete the publication process.
6. Authors and reviewers are expected to have no potential conflict of interest.
7. Authors are ensured that the editors have all rights reserved with respect
to reject or accept the manuscript.
8. Reviewers are encouraged to critically review the manuscripts and provide
constructive review reports in order to contribute towards the body of knowledge.
9. The content in the form of table, figure, chart, graph, illustration and
quotation can be reproduced without any charges but with appropriate acknowledgement.
10. Authors can produce photocopy of their own material with the credit line;
“Copyright by the Alumni Association of Institute of Education and Research,
University of the Punjab Lahore- Pakistan; reproduced with the permission
from the publisher”. Written permission must be obtained to reproduce
or reprint material in circumstances other than those described above.